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November 5, 2014

As the average life expectancy increases, the concept of an executive heading a family business well into their octogenarian years or even beyond is becoming more plausible and more common. So how does a young next-gen convince someone who has built up a family business empire that it is his or her chance to shine?

The world of family businesses is full of stories of the next generation struggling to deal with domineering parents and trying to find the courage to speak out. There’s the very public and long-running spat within Australia’s Rinehart family, which saw Gina Rinehart’s children trying to remove her as trustee of their multi-billion-dollar family trust.

May 23, 2014

A top European business school has announced a new MBA programme aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders. 

A top European business school has announced a new MBA programme aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders.

The Edhec Business School in France will launch its first family business global executive MBA in February 2015, having seen an unfilled niche for such programmes on the continent.

February 7, 2014

When Linda Farrow founded her eponymous sunglasses brand in 1970 she quickly became one of the hippest names in fashion. Farrow shelved her business in the mid-1980s but since 2003 her son and daughter-in-law have been taking the resurrected label to fabulous new heights. CampdenFB talks to Simon Jablon 

In their early 20s young couple Simon Jablon (left) and Tracy Sedino had the extraordinary good luck of stumbling across a hoard of vintage glasses – a mixture of Linda Farrow, Jablon’s mother’s former label, and other designer stock. Trainee fashion designer Sedino ditched her plans for further study so she and Jablon could bring the Linda Farrow brand back to life.

November 22, 2011

Next-generation members need to show an understanding of the value of money if they are to gain their parents’ trust and inherit their family’s fortune, according to Barclays Wealth’s Catherine Grum.

Next-generation members need to show an understanding of the value of money if they are to gain their parents’ trust and inherit their family’s fortune, according to Barclays Wealth’s Catherine Grum.

May 13, 2010

The latest issue of Campden FB, the magazine dedicated to large, global multigenerational family businesses, is now available

The latest issue of Campden FB, the magazine dedicated to large, global multigenerational family businesses, is now available. Read the issue in full here
 

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